MegaMan NT Warrior
MegaMan NT Warrior ( Original title: Rockman.exe (ロックマン エグゼ) ) is a series of anime and manga, based on the video game series MegaMan Megaman Battle Network or, more precisely by Capcom.
The anime has been processed for the Western market and concluded in that version to Germany, where the first season was aired under the name MegaMan NT Warrior on RTL II. Further episodes were made , however.
- 2.3.1 Japan
- 2.3.2 West
Lan Hikari (光 热 斗, Hikari Netto) is a boy from DenTech City, who wants nothing more than a personal NetNavi, with which he can compete in so-called NetBattles against his friends. When his father fulfilled his wish in the form of MegaMan (ロックマン, Rockman ), he is initially excited little of his new friend, but soon turns out that he is so strong around with it in an upcoming major tournament, the N1 Grand Prix, to take part in the finals Lan and MegaMan can finally move forward.
Lan loses the final, Pharaoman wakes up and clears MegaMan. However, it is restored and Pharaoman deletes itself Then Lan goes on a world tour, which he won as the runner of the N1 Grand Prix. After his return to DenTech City Maylu shows (桜井 メイル, Meiru Sakurai ) NetCity him, a huge city in the cyber world. However, a mysterious man named Kid Grave wants to destroy NetCity. In the last episodes of the " virus Beast" is released on NetCity. Bass absorbs the virus beast, but this frees himself from his body. Lan and the others learned of Dr. Wily that Kid Grave is just a robot and that bass is the rebirth of Pharaoman. Meanwhile, MegaMan is, has been infected with a virus of bass, just before the deletion. He flees arbitrarily by NetCity and absorbed in the "Viruses Style" NetCity and the Beast viruses. However, he is at the end of the penultimate episode NetCity restore and freed themselves from the virus. In the last episode to Lan and his friends rescue a shopping center of viruses in the real world. In the end, MegaMan will appear in the real world and deletes the huge living virus. Lan awakens at the end of his father, whose failed experiment was responsible for the virus invasion.
From Studio Xebec several anime series come under the direction of Takao Kato. The music is by Katsumi Horii.
The first series Rockman.exe (ロックマン エグゼ, Rokkuman Eguze ) with 56 episodes aired on 4 March 2002 to 31 March 2003 on TV Tokyo, Rockman.exe Axess (ロックマン エグゼAXESS, Rokkuman Eguze Axess ) with 51 episodes from 4. October 2003 to 25 September 2004, Rockman.exe stream (ロックマン エグゼstream, Rokkuman Eguze stream) also with 51 episodes on 2 October 2004 to 24 September 2005, Rockman.exe Beast (ロックマン エグゼBEAST, Rokkuman Eguze Beast ) with 25 episodes from 1 October 2005 to 1 April 2006, and finally Rockman.exe Beast (ロックマン エグゼBEAST , Rokkuman Eguze Beast ) with 26 episodes from 8 April to 30 September 2006.
On 12 March 2005, the 50-minute movie Rockman.exe: Hikari to Yami no Program (ロックマン エグゼ 光 と 闇 の 遺産(プログラム) Rokkuman Eguze: Hikari to Yami no PUROGURAMU ) in Japanese theaters as a double feature with Duel Masters: Curse of the Death Phoenix shown.
MegaMan NT Warrior
MegaMan NT Warrior is the title of the U.S. treatment of the first two seasons of the anime. These were cut and edited by the American arm of Shogakukan Productions. Typical changes include, inter alia, the documents of all swords with a glowing effect, the removal of all Japanese texts as well as the replacement of the original soundtrack. From the first season, only 52 of the 56 episodes were dubbed and aired on television only 48 in a different order. In Axess only 45 of the 51 episodes were broadcast. The other three squadrons were never located.
The U.S. version has also been adopted in Germany by RTL II, which radiated the first season from 23 August to 19 October 2004.
The synchronization of the German version was included in the Berlin MME Studios with the following occupation of the main roles:
In Germany the music CD appeared " MegaMan NT Warrior - Official hits for RTLII series " which includes 15 tracks.
Ryo Takamisaki a manga series appeared in the editions to 2/2001 up to 9/ 2006 by Shōgakukans manga magazine CoroCoro Comic. From July 2001 to 28 November 2006, the chapters in 13 anthologies ( tankōbon ) were summarized.
The manga was also released in the U.S. in English at VIZ Media.